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All reviews combined ticket worth the climb fear of heights watch your head worth the effort religious art incredible views bell tower tuscan countryside gelato frescoes ladder dante sala metal town pinoteca
The palazzo and the tower are definitely worth a visit: I was impressed mostly with ancient frescos decorating the walls in the hall and some other rooms of the palace (medieval knights on horseback, Love and Marriage).
When you are climbing the stairs to reach...More
The climb is well worth the view from the top of the tower. As you ascend, a long banner-like screen displays an amazing animated history of the power. The production value here is high. Everything feels safe without spoiling the view - no cages at...More
The Town Hall of the city was built in the late 13th century. It was constructed on the remains of an older building and further enlarged later. The lower part of the building is made of stone and the upper part in brick with the...More
The view from Torre Grossa over San Gimignano is absolutely worth the effort. Just watch your head at the end. The view’s spectacular! Besides you can reward yourself with World Champion Gelati at the Gelateria Dondoli (as if one needed an excuse) when you come...More
This was the only tower I climbed in our Tuscan holiday, I had been put off the other ones in Florence and Siena as I have badly controlled asthma and not good with confined spaces. This tower apart from the last ladder which is like...More
San Gimignano - the "Medieval Manhattan" is a wonderful tuscan city with 14 remaining towers from formerly 74. They originate from the custom of wealthy families bragging about their power and prosperity during the 12. and 13. century . I recommend to visit the cityhall...More
In order to visit the highest bell tower you have to buy a “bundled“ museum entry with some minor sacred art - for EUR 9 each.
Be careful not to take the extra AR guide which is almost not working at all, even with the...More
Some of the best views of the Tuscany countryside. Worth the climb. The stairs are modern and the display as you climb very interesting. There is a small ladder to climb but nothing scary. But the views. WOW
The entry fee includes the city museums as well as the tower. After visiting the tower when you come down the stairs there are rooms to visit ; the Pinacoteca which contains religious art.
More interesting are the moralistic frescoes about love in the Camera...More